Hey, we heard you missed us… we’re back! After seven years away from the microphones, we decided it was time to crawl back down into the basement studio and start recording again! So today, we are happy to announce the return of The Image Doctors Photography Podcast!
In this episode, you’ll meet the hosts, Jason P. Odell and Rick Walker. Find out what we’ve been up to since we took sabbatical leave in 2011, what gear we’re currently using, and more!
Each week, we’ll discuss 21st century photography and offer honest reviews of gear and software that we personally use. Furthermore, we’ll offer tips for landscape, outdoor, and travel photography. Our discussion topics range from technical to philosophical, but above all, we’ll always try to go to eleven.
In this episode of The Sensor Plane photography podcast, I discuss what I’ve been up to over the summer, including recaps of workshops in South Dakota and Colorado. I also discuss the new Nikkor lens announcements to include the 24 f/1.8, 24-70 f/2.8 VR, and 200-500 f/5.6 VR.
Lastly I talk about some new improvements to Lightroom CC, including a cool new adjustment tool called the Dehaze slider.
I just took delivery of a brand-new Nikon 500mm f/4 AFS G VR Nikkor telephoto lens. I thought I’d unbox it on-air and discuss why I purchased it, and how it fits into my lineup. I also compare telephoto lens options, including 400mm and 600mm and zooms.
I purchased this lens from Berger Bros.; I highly recommend them as they are a pleasure to work with.
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As mentioned in my earlier article, the best lens is the one that fits your needs. Sometimes that means having the best optics and fastest aperture, but other times other factors can trump pure optical quality. In today’s episode I take a look at some of the Nikon lenses in my kit and discuss how often I use them.